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Chap. I. Of magistracy.

Johnson, Samuel

Chap. I. Of magistracy.

by Johnson, Samuel

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Published in [London? .
Written in English

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  • Great Britain -- History -- James II, 1685-1688

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    Paginationfolder (4 p.)
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    Open LibraryOL19758438M

    standards that must be maintained. This book is, I hope, of worthy style and comprehensive content so that it will serve as a real companion to all Pennsylvania Masons who wish to learn and live as Freemasons. This special book features three main Masonic chapters, in keeping with the magical number three so often identified with Symbolic Masonry. magistracy meaning: 1. the position of being a magistrate 2. magistrates considered as a group. Learn more.

    This is the intention of magistracy, and therefore we must, for conscience' sake, be subject to it, as a constitution designed for the public good, to which all private interests must give way. But pity it is that ever this gracious intention should be perverted, and that those who bear the sword, while they countenance and connive at sin. The scope of Saltmarsh his Book called Sparkles of Glory, and of his denying Christ to be any thing but a man figuratively and mystically. CHAP. XXX. Familists will have all externals indifferent. CHAP. XXXI. Saltmarsh and Familists teach that there is salvation in all Re∣ligions.

    ‘They had less involvement in the gentry-dominated magistracy, which completely controlled the county police until ’ ‘Hopefully they will then apply to become magistrates, thus enabling the magistracy to benefit from the wide variety of skills, cultures, life experience and backgrounds that can be found in every community throughout. Revelation 13 -- III Early Christian fathers: The epistle of Barnabas XVIII, XIX, XX, XXI ; The first apology of Justin, the martyr , ; Irenaeus against heresies, Chap. XXIV -- IV Tertullian: The apology, Chap. ; On pagan shows, Chap. -- V The Alexandrian school: Clement: The instructor, Book I, Chap. XIII; The rich.


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This item appears at. Book II. Chap. & 2. T HERE are three species of government, republican, monarchical, and order to discover their nature, it is sufficient to recollect the common notion, which supposes three definitions, or rather three facts: that a republican government is that in which the body, or only a part of the people, is possessed of the supreme power:.

By Denise Robins - the law of freedom in a platform or true magistracy restored chap i the great searching of heart in these days is to find out where true freedom lies that the commonwealth of england might be established in peace some say it lies in.

Magistracy definition: the office or function of a magistrate | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. A shorte treatise of politike power, [microform] and of the true obedience which subjects owe to kings and other civill governours. Chap. Whereof politike power groweth, wherefore it was ordained, and the right use and duty of the same.

Chap. CHAP. III. - Where began the first original of Government in the Earth among Mankind. The original root of magistracy is common preservation, and it rose up first in a private family: for suppose there were but one family in the world, as is conceived, father Adam's family, wherein were many persons.

Book XI. Chap. 1, & 2. I M ake a distinction between the laws that form political liberty with regard to the constitution, and those by which it is formed in respect to the citizen. The former shall be the subject of this book; the latter I shall examine in the next.

Book VI. Chap T HE nearer a government approaches to a republic, the more the manner of judging becomes settled and fixt; wherefore it was a fault in the republic of Sparta for the Ephori to pass such arbitrary judgments, without having any laws to direct them.

The first consuls at Rome pronounced sentence in the same manner as the Ephori; but the. A RISTOCRACY is corrupted if the power of the nobles becomes arbitrary: Book VIII.

Chap. when this is the case there can no longer be any virtue either in the governours, or the governed. If the reigning families observe the laws, it is a monarchy with several monarchs, and in its own nature one of the mod excellent; for almost all these monarchs are tied down by.

Chapter 3. What the apostle says of another of the prophets is true of this, who was also his contemporary—"Esaias is very bold,’’ Rom. So, in this chapter, Micah is very bold in reproving and threatening the great men that were the ringleaders in sin; and he gives the reason why he was so bold, because he had commission and instruction from God to say what he.

At head of title: Chap. This work was also included in Samuel Johnson's "A second five year's struggle against popery and tyranny" published Imprint from colophon.

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Get this from a library. Of magistracy. [Samuel Johnson] OCLC Number: Notes: At head of title: Chap. This work was also included in Samuel Johnson's "A second five year's struggle against popery and tyranny" published Author: Leigh, Edward, Title: A systeme or body of divinity consisting of ten books: wherein the fundamentals and main grounds of religion are opened, the contrary errours refuted, most of the controversies between us, the papists, Arminians, and Socinians discussed and handled, several Scriptures explained and vindicated from corrupt glosses: a work.

Book II. Chap. cy against the nobles. The consequence was, that at Rome the dictatorship could be only of a short duration, because the people act through passion and violence, and not with design. It was necessary that a magistracy of this kind should be exercised with lustre and pomp, because the business was to intimidate and not to.

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